June 28, 2005

Biters bit...

The Valerie Plame affair was always obviously trivial, but the Media Wing of the Democrat Party pursued it savagely, as part of their job in the Kerry campaign. They demanded investigations! So who gets investigated? Well, obviously, reporters...they were participating in the crime (assuming that there actually was a crime.) So now the reporters are arguing that there never was a crime, so they shouldn't be investigated. Ha ha ha. Phonys.

LA TIMES -- The Supreme Court today cleared the way for the Justice Department to jail two reporters who refused to reveal confidential sources to a special prosecutor investigating how the name of an undercover CIA operative ended up in a newspaper column...

The cream of the jest is that what's happening is not a prosecution, it's a Grand Jury investigation of whether or not a crime was committed. So arguing that there wasn't a crime is a logical non-sequitur. It won't get them off the hook.

Those lefty frauds played politics with our national security (and did so with the sort of pompous moral preening that makes me want to barf), and now they are going to jail. Good. Their publishers should go to jail with them. Especially because they are conspicuously NOT demanding investigations of those three Dem senators who recently revealed details of a top-secret spy satellite. A real crime.

Posted by John Weidner at June 28, 2005 9:57 AM
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